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peckerdunne
15 Jul 20 16:38
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Just randomly breaking the law when and where it suits.

There needs to a punishment.
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Report peckerdunne July 15, 2020 3:41 PM BST
Tough on crime, tough on the cause of crime.
Report the bairn July 15, 2020 4:50 PM BST
no comment, that seems to be a great defence, therefore no punishment, cheers.
Report sageform July 15, 2020 5:39 PM BST
Agreed there needs to be a stronger deterrent but I think that release from lockdown and psychoses after catching Covid 19 have led to a very dangerous mixture in some people no doubt abetted by Twitter etc. Instead of fighting each other, criminal gangs are attacking the police, health workers and even children.
Report moondan July 15, 2020 7:25 PM BST
Tough on the causes of crime.   LaughLaughLaughLaugh

Under a tory government crime has gone through the roof. They have conspired to hide the true figures.
Police numbers have plummeted this past decade along with support staff and prison cells and probation officers.
And while this has been going on the thick english have turned a blind eye and done as they are told with no questions
asked.
The french could give some sound advice here they have more bottle.

It always makes me laugh because if a group of outsiders came over here and did this to our people we would have buried them on the beaches but because its our own its ok.
Brainwashed from birth with a never-ending stream of utter Bull---- is how they do it.
Universal credits is a major cause of crime, its devised to make life really unpleasant and Duncan Smith did a good job advising ways of delaying payments to mothers with children and the like.

You would think this country with all its riches could have produced a better class of rulers, but its worth remembering this country has plenty of previous in its colonial past.
Report peckerdunne July 16, 2020 12:18 AM BST
Our eyes are open but we cannot hear a thing............
Report sally skindivers July 16, 2020 12:44 PM BST
Will the Tories consider a vote on the return of Capital punishment ?

A poll a few years back voted 70% for .
Report impossible123 July 16, 2020 4:35 PM BST
Can one imagine if Ms Abbott was at the Home Office? Her incompetent hangers-on cronies will run riot and totally make a mockery of the functions of what the department is about.

I used to work indirectly (as an outsource contractor) for Hackney/Islington/Southward/Newham and Harringey councils on health and social care in these boroughs. And, without fail each one of these councils would ask for a water-down evaluation/appraisal of any report solely to secure and maintain funding from contributors like the King's Fund and Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Also, unsavoury behaviour of their housing department aplenty eg receiving (unlawful) gratuities in return for council house keys.
Report truehoncho July 16, 2020 5:58 PM BST
Isn't her public school educated son doing time? Can't imagine her in the HO but stranger things have happened.
Report impossible123 July 16, 2020 7:12 PM BST
If so, I hope he's getting help from health professionals - he'd be ill. Life cannot be easy with high achieving parents even if one might not be around most of the time.
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